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Mom of Armani Kelly speaks out

  • Three Michigan rappers were scheduled to perform at a Detroit club Jan. 21.
  • The show was canceled and none of them have been heard from since.
  • A vehicle belonging to one of the men, Armani Kelly, was found and a juvenile suspected of stealing it was in custody, police said.

DETROIT – Lorrie Kemp allowed herself to scream for the first time since her son’s Jan. 21 disappearance.

“I don’t know who to trust, I don’t know who to believe – but I’m not going to stop,” the mother said, almost crying.

“I’m angry. I’m mad. I’m getting tired.”

Kemp, 58, of Oscoda, has put up scores of flyers for her missing son around Michigan – in Detroit, Warren, Oscoda and Lansing, where he grew up. She has kept every police report and takes notes on every conversation she has had with law enforcement regarding her son, Armani Kelly, 27, an Oscoda rapper who was meant to perform at a club in Detroit the night he went missing.

Three rappers were scheduled to perform on Jan. 21 in Detroit: Now, they’re all missing

The show was canceled, and two others who were set to perform that evening – Montoya Givens, 31, of Detroit, and Dante Wicker, 31, of Melvindale – are also missing.

No one has reported seeing or hearing from the three men since the evening of Jan. 21. There has been no activity on their cellphones or social media accounts.

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